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    Strange "worms" in TMY/HC110

    Only had one roll turn out this way, and I've been doing this for awhile. Highlights/shadows/everything has this strange, repeating pattern.

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    Thanks for any input. It's not grain.

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    To me, that is reticulation I believe.... Did you change to a cooler stop, fixer, or water rinse after development
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    I'm with Andrew and would guess reticulation from a rapid temp change.
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    Yes, another vote for reticulation. I've seen it happen, and I also saw a lot of it in school where I had a prof who did that deliberately as part of his work. Hard to do with modern films, but it still is possible.

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    Interesting, the only times I've had reticulation was with HC110, never with any other developer. I wonder if there's anything in the formula that would promote this occurrence.
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    I'd get this with HP5 in DD-X on occasion, but never with any other film in DD-X.
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    I have not had reticulation in over two years of use with HC110. Course I keep my temps dead on, 68F.
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    Interesting.. thanks for the input. I'm gonna chalk it up to not being careful enough with temperature then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s800 View Post
    Interesting.. thanks for the input. I'm gonna chalk it up to not being careful enough with temperature then.
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    I had an interesting chat with a Kodak engineer recently who pretty much stated that the gelatin used in T-max films was much harder than normal films so you could process them in any temp with no fear of reticulation and they were less temperature sensitive.
    That said another vote for reticulation...

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